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The Value of Board Certification

Join former NCBTMB Board Chair, Leena Guptha, and NCBTMB VP of Educational Support, Donna Sarvello, as they discuss the value of Board Certification. Learn more about the increased credibility this credential provides, the recognition of this credential by various third parties, how certification also advances continuing education, and much more. For more information on Board Certification, click here.

Students: How To Become Board Certified

Join former NCBTMB Board Chair, Leena Guptha, and VP of Educational Support, Donna Sarvello, as they discuss how students become Board Certified. Learn more about the necessary steps to become Board Certified, reasons behind the requirements, the meaning behind the credential, and much more. For more information on Board Certification, click here.

 

Board Certification VS Licensure: What's the Difference?

Join former NCBTMB Board Chair, Leena Guptha, and VP of Educational Support, Donna Sarvello, as they discuss the differences between Licensure and Board Certification. Learn more about how to recognize each credentials distinctions and much more. For more information on Board Certification, click here.

The New Approved Provider Program
 

Join former NCBTMB Board Chair, Leena Guptha, and VP of Educational Support, Donna Sarvello, as they discuss the reasons behind the new Approved Provider program. Learn more about the course requirements, helpful submission information, tips and tricks on completing the Approved Provider application, and much more.

 

Board Certification Educational Requirements

Join former NCBTMB Board Chair, Leena Guptha, and VP of Educational Support, Donna Sarvello, as they discuss the educational requirements for Board Certifications. Learn more about the reasoning behind the educational requirements, tips on how to best achieve each requirement, and much more. For more information on Board Certification, click here.

How to Transition into Board Certification

In order to transition into Board Certification, you must be currently Nationally Certified. If your National Certification is lapsed or expired, please contact us at 1-800-296-0664 or email info@ncbtmb.org for more information. For more information on how to transition into Board Certification, please click here.

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